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Australian soldier and her husband accused of spying for Russia

An Australian soldier and her husband accused of spying for Russia were denied bail on Friday, the first charges against suspected agents under Australia’s sweeping 2018 espionage laws. Kira Korolev, 40, and her husband, Igor Korolev, 62, are Russian-born Australian citizens and hold Russian passports. They did not appear in person and were represented by lawyers in the Brisbane Magistrates …

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AT&T data breach affected nearly all customers after information was downloaded on a third-party platform

Nearly all of AT&T’s customer data has been downloaded to a third-party platform, leading to a security breach, the company said Friday, as cyberattacks continue to spread across the globe against businesses, schools and healthcare systems. The breach, which largely occurred over a five-month period in 2022, affected AT&T mobile customers, customers of mobile virtual network operators who use AT&T’s …

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‘Rust’ trial: Live bullets also found in prop holster of actor Jensen Ackles – National

The jury heard testimony Thursday from a forensic technician who claimed that there were several places on the Rust set, including a prop holster worn by actor Jensen Ackles. As Alec Baldwin’s involuntary manslaughter trial continues in Santa Fe, New Mexico, technician Marissa Poppell said the live rounds in the gun Baldwin was carrying weren’t the only ones present on …

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Fewer home sales and lower average house prices in Canada compared to last year

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, both sales and home prices in Canada declined in June compared to June 2023. However, sales increased slightly compared to May 2024. According to the latest figures from CREA, residential property sales as registered with the Canadian Multiple Listing Service (MLS) increased by 3.7 percent between May and June 2024. However, monthly sales …

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Anant Ambani Wedding: Mukesh Ambani’s Son’s Lavish Wedding Celebration

Indian billionaire business magnate Mukesh Ambani is celebrating the lavish conclusion of his son’s wedding this week, drawing attention to his enormous wealth but also to India’s rapid economic growth and stark financial inequality. Ambani’s youngest son Anant and fiancée Radhika Merchant, both 29, are to marry from Friday in a three-day Hindu ceremony in India’s financial capital Mumbai. Asia’s …

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‘No Justice, No Peace’: Inquiry into trauma of family of Aboriginal woman killed by police

Warning: This article contains the name and image of a deceased Aboriginal person and discusses distressing themes. The deep suffering caused by the fatal shooting of an Indigenous woman by a police officer in Western Australia has come to light during an inquest into her death. Ngarlawangga Yamatji Martu woman JC was shot on a street in Geraldton in September …

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A big bear was locked in this small car. The result was total depreciation – BC

Reduce the font size of the article Increase the font size of the article Police were called to the rescue of a large black bear trapped in a small, hot car in Belcarra, British Columbia on Thursday. Coquitlam RCMP Cpl. Alexa Hodgins said the owner of the vehicle called for help around 10:30 a.m. “They found the black bear in …

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In do-or-die mode, Biden does neither

Joe Biden’s foreign allies left town on Thursday. His allies at home, meanwhile, joined in the political assassination. Plagued by a domestic political crisis, the beleaguered US president held a rare, unscripted and free press conference to conclude this week’s NATO summit. The event, broadcast live on television, was a defining moment for Biden’s campaign, as many Democrats weigh whether …

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Heat isn’t stopping people from attending the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival

Reduce the font size of the article Increase the font size of the article The Saskatchewan Jazz Festival offers music lovers a few days of great entertainment, despite the heat on the prairie. The director of the Sask. Jazz Festival said they make sure that visitors have a good time at the event. “We have two misting stations that are …

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Trudeau says Canada can meet NATO military spending target by 2032

After a flood of criticism from allies, particularly the United States, the Liberal government announced on Thursday that it hopes to meet NATO’s military investment target of two percent of allies’ gross domestic product by 2032. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the statement at the end of the alliance’s annual summit in Washington, but he also raised serious doubts about …

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